The latest Olympic skiing news and information.
Some critics have attributed Kjetil Jansrud's domination of speed skiing to the injuries to Aksel Lund Svindal, Bode Miller and Erik Guay.
Just four races back into her skiing career, Lindsey Vonn is on the verge of World Cup history.
An Olympic medalist from southeastern Indiana faces a charge of criminal mischief after police say he threw rocks at vehicles and caused more than $8,000 in damage.
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American racer Steven Nyman showed off his complete mastery of the Saslong course by winning a World Cup downhill at the classic venue on Friday for the third time.
Bode Miller is skiing again and remains on schedule for a January return after undergoing surgery on a disc in his back.
Lindsey Vonn's days competing in all five ski disciplines may be behind her, since the four-time overall World Cup champion is seriously considering giving up slalom in her comeback from a career-threatening knee injury.
X Games Aspen 2014 ski slopestyle silver medalist McRae Williams launches new web series, "The Recollection."
Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher overcame a first-leg deficit to edge out German skier Felix Neureuther and win a World Cup slalom race on Sunday for his 26th career victory.
Swedish skier Maria Pietilae-Holmner did just enough to protect her first-run lead and win a World Cup slalom race Saturday, beating overall leader Tina Maze by just .06 seconds.
Marcel Hirscher of Austria was fastest in both runs Friday to easily win an icy World Cup giant slalom raced under floodlights, finishing more than one second ahead of his archrival Ted Ligety.
World Cup leader Tina Maze posted a superb second run to win a World Cup giant slalom race on Friday for her third victory of the season and 26th of her career.
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Six-time Olympic medalist Bode Miller remains "optimistic" about a January return after undergoing surgery last month to fix a disk in his back.
Ted Ligety caught up to his boyhood idol on a day when no one could come close to catching up to him, even with a broken wrist.
Lindsey Vonn left Lake Louise with both confidence and the belief she can ski faster.